Up to date: July 29, 2020 1:22:40 pm
Senior cricketer in Indian home cricket Rajat Bhatia has introduced his retirement from all types of the sport on Wednesday. Bhatia, 40, final performed a first-class recreation in 2018 for Uttarakhand.
The previous Delhi cricketer performed 112 first-class video games in his 21-year-long home profession. The all-rounder scored 6482 runs at a mean of 49.10 and bagged 137 wickets. Whereas in Record A cricket, Bhatia had 3038 runs and 93 wickets. Apparently, he was a part of Kolkata Knight Riders’ title-winning facet in 2012.
👉 Gained Ranji Trophy with Delhi in 2007-08
👉 Scored 6⃣4⃣8⃣2⃣ runs and picked 1⃣3⃣7⃣ wickets in 1⃣1⃣2⃣ First Class matches
We want Rajat Bhatia effectively for the highway forward as he retires from all types of cricket. 👏👏 pic.twitter.com/RHpoow3chM
— BCCI Home (@BCCIdomestic) July 29, 2020
The cricketer, who travelled to Israel with India A with Cheteshwar Pujara, Murali Vijay and Wriddiman Saha in 2008, couldn’t make it to the senior workforce. He made his first-class debut for Tamil Nadu, then moved to Delhi in 2003-04.
Bhatia was an everyday within the Delhi workforce for near a decade. He performed an important function in Delhi’s Ranji Trophy win in opposition to Uttar Pradesh in 2007-08. He performed 81 matches for Delhi earlier than shifting to Rajasthan in 2015. earlier than he was unceremoniously unnoticed in 2015. Many had thought that it signalled the top of the diminutive all-rounder’s spectacular profession, the place he averaged 48.16 with the bat and 28.25 with the ball. Finally in 2018-19 season, the veteran cricketer joined Uttarakhand.
Although he couldn’t turn into part of Group India, the gritty cricketer was a hit in IPL. After taking part in for Delhi Daredevils within the first three seasons of IPL, Bhatia turned his fortunes round when he was drafted into the KKR by then-captain Gautam Gambhir. Bhatia was instrumental in KKR’s maiden IPL triumph in 2012. He scalped 13 wickets in that season.
He was picked up by Rajasthan Royals for a whopping 1.7 crores forward of IPL 2014. He took 12 wickets in that season. Bhatia additionally performed a few seasons for Rising Pune Supergiants. His final look in IPL was in 2017.
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